Thvm Rag is the art magazine project of Los Angeles-based denim company, Thvm Atelier. They've released their fourth issue, which proves to be as aesthetically pleasing and excellently conceptualized as their previous issues (if not more). The book was creative directed by Brian Kim and Olga Nazarova, edited by Bianca Guillen, and art directed by Hassan Rahim, and focuses on the idea of "Reuse." In their words:
"For Thvm Rag No. 4, we observed the relentless nature of 'Reuse' and how vast this concept’s impact reaches. Through the scope of the previous, depending on who you are talking to or what you are talking about, a romanticized or repulsed view can be born. It is through this scope that the future can be. What happens now? What is happening? What we choose to see, and what we refuse to accept catalyzes it all. Reuse has grown to be the re-appropriation of space, reevaluation of lands, cultures, people and the revitalization of things long forgotten. It becomes a figurative recycle, taking intellectual elements and funneling through synapsis to exit as new."
Learn more about the issue and buy it on ThvmRag.com.